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ACE Report #8848
Ace Report Cover Sports Medicine

OARSI 2016: Effect of lower muscle function on patient-reported outcomes after ACL injury


Study Type:Therapy
OE Level Evidence:N/A
Journal Level of Evidence:N/A

Muscle function at 3 years following ACL injury is associated with 5-year patient-reported outcomes

Contributing Authors: V Flosadottir EM Roos E Ageberg

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Synopsis

54 ACL injury patients originally randomized to receive rehabilitation involving physiotherapy with or without reconstruction surgery were included in this follow-up study for the purpose of determining significant associations between patient-reported outcomes (including function, knee-related quality of life, and postural balance) and lower extremity muscle function, when assessed after a mean o...

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